CENES MA student publishes article on CrimeReads

Richard Loeb (left) and Nathan Leopold (right). Wikimedia Commons.

UBC CENES MA Student Susanna Cassisa writes on the crime of the century and the rise of the nonfiction novel.

For the centennial anniversary of the so-called “crime of the century,” Germanic Studies MA student Susanna Cassisa’s writing on the Leopold and Loeb case, the rise of the nonfiction novel, and the pitfalls of fictional narrative techniques in the true crime genre was published today on CrimeReads.

You can read the full article here, or attend the CENES graduate student conference on Monday, April 15 to hear her give a presentation on the topic.